I did not export my tracks and points in one *.gpx file.

Monterra Garmin shared this question 2 months ago
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I did not export my tracks and points in one *.gpx file. Please, say what it works!

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Hi,

it's possible to export points together with track only when the points are part of the track. If they are not and they are stored in detached folders, then it's necessary to export tracks and points individually.

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I'll try! It's working! Thank you! But I can't highlight 2 or more point in the list to put as part of a track? Or is that not possible now? I put the point one by one, but the points are more than 50...

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It's possible to add more points one by one in Route planner (https://docs.locusmap.eu/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:tracks:planning#add_your_own_points). Another way is to add waypoints on the fly during track recording.

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OK! I keep adding it up one by one! ohhh... I wish in the future version think about selecting a few points and adding them to the route planner!

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1) display whole folder of points on map

2) open route planner

3) make route from the displayed points. Can be done quickly and easily.

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It didn't. (( no such item.

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It's not in the menu - the points are on the map when you activate the whole point folder BEFORE you start Route planner.. See https://docs.locusmap.eu/doku.php?id=manual:user_guide:tracks:planning#add_your_own_points

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No. The program calculates the wrong route and draws the wrong path. There are no such roads. Only my track really exists. Okay, I'll try to put all the points one by one... ))

Thank you! Your program is still very good!

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its a really exist roads)) red dash))

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Locus Map uses navigation data sources based on OpenStreetMap data. These data are not much detailed in less civilized areas where the OSM mapping community is weak or none at all. It's most probably your case. Solution is to use manual drawing mode.